Haowei Technology announces that the performance of the largest mobile phone photosensitive element on the market may surpass that of Samsung
By Silvio Audet 2020-01-09 464 12
Howie Technology OV48C CMOS.
The OV48C CMOS, which is designed by Quad Bayer and built with PureCel Plus technology, has a 1.3-inch sole and is the largest smartphone-specific CMOS on the market. The CMOS has an effective pixel of 48 million, has a large pixel size of 1.2 μ m, and can output 12 megapixels, equivalent of 2.4 μ m images through four-in-one pixels; it supports 60 frames per second 2K/4K video and 360fps/720P slow-motion video shooting.
We may often hear the phrase "the bottom is bigger than the dead", which refers to the size of the CMOS. The larger the size, the higher the definition of the picture. Why do you say so, in fact, CMOS is the photosensitive element inside the lens, under the same external conditions, the larger the size of the photosensitive element, the larger the area of receiving light, and the sharpness of the photo is more guaranteed.
Although the manufacturing strength of Haowei Technology is not as good as that of traditional large manufacturers, it has a great advantage in its CMOS by using large size and conservative number of pixels to ensure the performance of photosensitive elements. The actual shooting effect of this large-size 48 million-pixel CMOS of Howie Technology is more anticipated than that of Samsung's 64 million-pixel CMOS.
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